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david l wilson

06-05-2002 22:59:12




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can anyone tell me what oil to use in the rearend of a b with hyd. and a wc or wf . a friend asked me and i'm not shure . thanks david l wilson




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steve

06-06-2002 15:29:09




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 Re: b wc oil in reply to david l wilson, 06-05-2002 22:59:12  
the B should use a hy-trans oil, basically a 20 wt hydraulic oil since the transmission, hydraulics and pto are all the same cavity. You can get it at Wal Mart, Farm Center, or AGCO, JD, etc. i think the WC uses 80 wt gear lube in the transmission and pto area. if it has hydraulics they are seperate and use the hy-trans oil in it. look at the post a coule above you about the WD.



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Bryan Smith

06-07-2002 08:41:40




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 Re: Re: b wc oil in reply to steve, 06-06-2002 15:29:09  
I have the specs page for the recommended oil and capacities for a B up on my website (sorry, no WC or WF info, although the WD45 info is there). Maybe that will help.



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